1923 Feb. 4th Sunday
Another cold bright day but still. Louise & I went to communion at 8:30 a.m. and Will waited for me, we then came home to stay and everything froze so not much done but rested in p.m., for past few days I have been sick so am all in now. Dave and Jake went on eve train as Uncle Crist, Mina, -eda & Crissie took them to train so Mamma, William & Louise [are] alone.
1933 Feb. 4th Saturday
Snowing when we got up in morning, then a real storm from N.W., then to west and continued a wet snow until noon got colder and wind to north and real strong but snow ceased at times and sun shone in p.m. and a clear eve. I got meals, dried clothes indoors and baked bread. The men chored, hauled alfalfa to stock and in p.m. fussed with a broncho and it got in manger but men got it out. Wm shelled seed-corn and Will rested at mid-day. I made pop-corn balls late p.m. and ironed clothes.
1943 Feb. 4th Thursday
Sun shone until in the afternoon then clouded a little but no moisture fell. I got meals, baked bread, laid down in p.m., played solitaire, visited with Mrs. Carl Gehlsen, Rita Marie and Bobbie who brought Elsie and Billie and their washing home, also a Wine and Silver inlaid cake plate that Van Epps gave us. Will just chored in afternoon and after dinner went to Whiting Store and to see Roy Drey and Mr. Chauncey sled in hay from Old Nickereen Place and West Side of John Byrds Place. Will and the girls said that Turgeon Funeral [is] Tomorrow, that body was taken to Burke, S.D. Monday night and the Family went down there Wednesday and brought body to Mission this morning.
1953 Feb. 4th Wednesday
Bright nice day. Men gave cattle hay S.E. Hill S.E. of House and W.L. and Billie walked over from Loading a Stack of hay on Badwhirlwind South of River and Will took them back to S.E. Fence in our Pick Up. I got eats, played solitaire and sewed on everyday dresses. Will had me fix order for Tire and Jack Tire for Ford Tractor and Jack for Pick Up to Wards and he mailed it in p.m., late for Dan took Cat & Dozer to clean out road South [of] Kleins Field of snow, broke a piece of Dozer so Will brought him in to fix it, then got mail. Dan finished this job. Betty and Calvin were up this p.m.